WES Global Talent Bridge, in partnership with Idealist, invites foreign-trained immigrants to join the second in our series of webinars detailing how to unleash the power of your personal network. Our recent survey of college-educated immigrant professionals identified a remarkable connection between the size of an immigrant’s social network and their likelihood of professional success. As a skilled professional looking to work in the U.S. or Canada, networking should be a key part of your job search activities.
Effective communication is a skill involving several different abilities that all play a part in successful communication. Even if we work at a place where our first language is spoken, achieving workplace communication competency may still be difficult. In this webinar, we look at several different perspectives on successful workplace communication, including communication competencies as defined by regulators and employers. We focused on the Canadian workplace, but explored other perspectives as well throughout the webinar to better understand successful communication.
Are you planning on applying to a master's or doctoral degree program this year? This webinar will introduce international students to the graduate admissions process and opportunities available at U.S. colleges and universities. Register for this in-depth review of the application process for prospective international students pursuing a master's or doctoral degree.
Are you thinking about applying to science and engineering programs in in the U.S.? Are you confused about the process and requirements? WES Advisor can help you! Admissions experts will talk about the admissions process for science and technology programs in the U.S., from selecting the right school to the application process. This webinar is intended for prospective graduate international students.
Discusses how to best provide aid to refugees and contextualizes the refugee situation.
This paper presents and discusses the key findings from a study that considered significant issues that affect refugees and asylum‐seekers, and explored beneficial counselling approaches relevant to this group. In‐depth narrative interviews were conducted with three counsellors and three specialist children’s support advisors. Data were analysed using the methods of comparative analysis and theme mapping from a grounded theory approach. The key findings reveal that counsellors do not work from a particular approach but adapt a variety of therapeutic methods to the needs of the child. In addition, they focus on the therapeutic relationship; take into account lack of safety and loss of home, traumatic experiences and impacts, and resilience of the child; stress that both short‐term and long‐term therapy is beneficial; and show a concern over lack of specialised training for counsellors and obstacles to accessing counselling.
Helping members of your community who have been through a traumatic experience can be very rewarding, but it can also take a toll on you bother personally and professionally....The following are some ways to make sure you're taking care of yourself so you can continue to take care of others.
Discusses how school psychologists can develop their cultural competency skills in line with their crisis plans and in advising students.
Suggestions and resources to consider as you provide ongoing support to your students from the American School Counselor Association.
Discusses best practices for development of a university process for admission of persons with unofficial or non-verifiable credentials.